The London-Scotland sleeper train known as the Deerstalker Express because of its popularity among Britain’s gentry will get a hotel-style makeover in a bid to boost bookings from foreign tourists and business travelers.
Chefs and restaurateurs eat out more than some of us and know more about food than most. I asked about 50 of the U.K.’s culinary masters where they enjoyed their best London restaurant meals of the year.
Noma, a waterside establishment in Copenhagen where chef Rene Redzepi serves Nordic dishes such as poached sea urchin and powdered cucumber, was last night named the World’s Best Restaurant for the third straight year.
Michelin announces the winners and losers for its 2011 U.K. guide on Jan. 18 and the country’s chefs are betting that Koffmann’s, L’Anima and Marcus Wareing will be among the London restaurants that gain a star.
Spend big bucks and you can enjoy fabulous gourmet meals in New York. How about eating well for just a few dollars? I asked chefs and restaurateurs from the U.S. and around the world where they go for simple, inexpensive food. Here’s what they had to say.
London possesses five duos that lead the way in dining. The Hart brothers own Fino, Barrafina and Quo Vadis; the Galvins their eponymous eateries. Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver founded the St. John mini-empire, while the Wolseley was brought to you by Chris Corbin and Jeremy King .